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Richmond Upon Thames Through Time

Author : Paul Howard Lang
ISBN : 9781445639345
Genre : Photography
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This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Richmond upon Thames has changed and developed over the last century.
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Bloomsbury Modernism And The Reinvention Of Intimacy

Author : Jesse Wolfe
ISBN : 9781139497527
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Bloomsbury, Modernism, and the Reinvention of Intimacy integrates studies of six members and associates of the Bloomsbury group into a rich narrative of early twentieth century culture, encompassing changes in the demographics of private and public life, and Freudian and sexological assaults on middle-class proprieties Jesse Wolfe shows how numerous modernist writers felt torn between the inherited institutions of monogamy and marriage and emerging theories of sexuality which challenged Victorian notions of maleness and femaleness. For Wolfe, this ambivalence was a primary source of the Bloomsbury writers' aesthetic strength: Virginia Woolf, D. H. Lawrence, and others brought the paradoxes of modern intimacy to thrilling life on the page. By combining literary criticism with forays into philosophy, psychoanalysis, sociology, and the avant-garde art of Vienna, this book offers a fresh account of the reciprocal relations between culture and society in that key site for literary modernism known as Bloomsbury.
Category: Literary Criticism

Kingston Upon Thames Through Time Revised Edition

Author : Tim Everson
ISBN : 9781445650180
Genre : Photography
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The fascinating history of Kingston-upon-Thames illustrated through old and modern pictures in a fully updated edition.
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The Thames Through Time

Author : Paul Booth
ISBN : UOM:39015073906813
Genre : History
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The Thames Valley offers one of the richest resources of archaeological data in the country. This volume providesd a detailed overview of the late Iron Age, Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods in the Upper and Middle Thames Valley, from the source of the river in Gloucestershire to the start of the tidal zone at Teddington Lock. Following a thematic structure, it offers an up to date account of the changing environment of the valley, evolving settlement patterns, the identity, beliefs and culture of the valley's inhabitants, their agriculture and industry, and the archaeology of power and politics in the region. Much of the evidence has been recovered during extensive gravel quarrying.
Category: History

Ham Petersham Through Time

Author : Paul Howard Lang
ISBN : 9781445673318
Genre : Photography
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This fascinating selection of photographs shows how Ham and Petersham have changed and developed over the last century.
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica

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ISBN : HARVARD:HN69VT
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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Formula Funding Of Local Public Services

Author : Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Committee of Public Accounts
ISBN : 0215038681
Genre : Business & Economics
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This report examines existing approaches to formula funding across government, and the principles that should be carried forward to new arrangements. Government departments distributed £152 billion, one-fifth of all government spending, to local public bodies in 2011-12 based on the three grants considered: Primary Care Trust Allocations; Dedicated Schools Grant; and the Department for Communities and Local Government's Formula Grant. These distribute funding to local public bodies in a range of sectors, including health, education, local government, police and fire and rescue services. The formula funding systems are complex, difficult to understand, and have led to inequitable allocations. For Dedicated Schools Grant, based mainly on historical spending patterns, per pupil funding for schools with similar characteristics can vary by as much as 40%. Under Formula Grant, nearly 20% of authorities received allocations which are more than 10% different from calculated needs. The priorities accorded to different elements of the formulae are judgements which have a direct impact on the distribution of funds. In some cases the basis for the judgement is guided by authoritative, published independent advice. In other cases, the basis for judgement lacks transparency, and external advice lacks status and influence. Only 4% of respondents to DCLG's consultation supported the current version of the model used to calculate Formula Grant. Some of the data used by departments in calculating relative needs is inaccurate and out of date. Current reviews of formula funding provide opportunities to address the weaknesses identified in this report.
Category: Business & Economics

Local Elections In Britain

Author : Colin Rallings
ISBN : 9781134929566
Genre : Political Science
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Exploring the historical context, the structure and method of operation, Local Elections in Britain clearly addresses the key issues and confusions that surround the local election system including: * the nature and extent of electoral participation including the crucial issue of low turnout * the candidates, and the growing proportion of women challenging for council seats * the performance of political parties, now a central feature of local elections * the dangers of viewing local elections as national opinion polls Drawing on the results of more than 100,000 local elections dating back over three decades the book is the most comprehensive study of local elections in Britain.
Category: Political Science

Virginia Woolf In Richmond

Author : Peter Fullagar
ISBN : 9781912430048
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"I ought to be grateful to Richmond & Hogarth, and indeed, whether it's my invincible optimism or not, I am grateful." - Virginia Woolf Although more commonly associated with Bloomsbury, Virginia and her husband Leonard Woolf lived in Richmond-upon-Thames for ten years from the time of the First World War (1914-1924). Refuting the common misconception that she disliked the town, this book explores her daily habits as well as her intimate thoughts while living at the pretty house she came to love - Hogarth House. Drawing on information from her many letters and diaries, the author reveals how Richmond's relaxed way of life came to influence the writer, from her experimentation as a novelist to her work with her husband and the Hogarth Press, from her relationships with her servants to her many famous visitors. Reviews “Lively, diverse and readable, this book captures beautifully Virginia Woolf’s time in leafy Richmond, her mixed emotions over this exile from central London, and its influence on her life and work. This illuminating book is a valuable addition to literary history, and a must-read for every Virginia Woolf enthusiast...” - Emma Woolf, writer, journalist, presenter and Virginia Woolf’s great niece About the Author Peter Fullagar is a former English Language teacher, having lived and worked in diverse locations such as Tokyo and Moscow. He became fascinated by the works of Virginia Woolf while writing his dissertation for his Masters in English Literature and Language. During his teaching career he was head of department at a private college in West London. He has written articles and book reviews for the magazine English Teaching Professional and The Huffington Post. His first short story will be published in an anthology entitled Tempest in March 2019. Peter was recently interviewed for the forthcoming film about the project to fund, create and install a new full-sized bronze statue of Virginia Woolf in Richmond-upon-Thames.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Surbiton Through Time

Author : Tim Everson
ISBN : 1445668386
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This fascinating selection of photographs shows how Surbiton has changed and developed over the last century and more.
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Elsie Chamberlain

Author : Alan Argent
ISBN : 9781317543879
Genre : Religion
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Elsie Chamberlain was a leading figure in British broadcasting and religious life. She was a pioneer in many areas: the first woman chaplain to the armed forces; the first nonconformist minister to marry an Anglican clergyman; the first woman producer in the religious broadcasting dept of the BBC and the first woman to present the daily service on the radio. Her broadcasting accustomed many listeners to the idea of a woman leading public worship. And she became the first woman to occupy the chair of the Congregational Union of England and Wales and almost certainly the first woman anywhere in the world to head a major denomination. Elsie Chamberlain is the first full biography and a critical appreciation of this exceptional woman. Using original church and BBC archive sources, the book tells the story of a woman who did more than any other to change the way Christian women ministers are viewed.
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The Modern Vampire

Author : Sebastian Condado De Haza
ISBN : 9781435720077
Genre : Fiction
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This is a guide for the Modern Vampire; therefore, if you are of the living - a warm-blooded human - you will gain nothing useful from its study. However, if you are one of the many who are new to our existence - the undead as it were - and you do not fully understand what has happened to you or how to proceed, assistance is at hand. For the recently transformed, this guide can help you understand how your body has been changed by the transformation and what to expect surviving as one of our kind. For the traditional vampire, you may learn new ways to survive. This guide provides solutions to the problem with sunlight while explaining that blood is not all we must consume for our survival. It may also help you - and possibly others of our kind - to learn and adapt to modern times while providing sufficient explanation as to who we are and, perhaps more importantly, what we are not. With this guide in hand, you will be well prepared to enter the realm of the Modern Vampire.
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Urban Geography

Author : Michael Pacione
ISBN : 0415343062
Genre : Social Science
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Providing an authoritative and stimulating global introduction to the study of towns and cities, this updated second edition has been extensively revised to reflect feedback from readers and to incorporate the latest research and developments.
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Very Near The Line

Author : Donald Naismith
ISBN : 9781477245989
Genre : History
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During the eleven years of Margaret Thatcher’s premiership, education in England was transformed by her determination to reorganise the state sector along public school lines and, in doing so, to remove local councils from the key role they had always played in the national system. Throughout this time, Donald Naismith was the Director of Education for three of them where he frequently came, in Lord Denning’s words, ‘very near the line’ in pursuing policies central to Mrs Thatcher’s revolution but opposed by both the ‘right’ as well as the ‘left’ wings of the education establishment. In this description of the impact of Mrs Thatcher’s policies on local government, he draws attention to the extent to which she unwillingly depended on local councils themselves to provide the practical means of putting her reforms into effect – among them Richmond’s ‘league tables’, Croydon’s ‘national curriculum’ and standardised testing, and Wandsworth’s specialist schools. Donald Naismith argues that Margaret Thatcher’s reforms would have made more headway had she enlisted the cooperation of local councils instead of fatally weakening them and predicts that a new, more powerful version of local government will, paradoxically, need to be invented if her education ‘market’ strategy now gathering momentum is to succeed.
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Between Time And Eternity

Author : Paul Kirschner
ISBN : 9051834160
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Encyclopaedia Britannica

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ISBN : IND:30000095331991
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